3 Steps for Assertive Communication
Contributor / leadership

3 Steps for Assertive Communication

Assertiveness. The ability to express yourself in an appropriately honest manner, defining your expectations in terms of ability, potential, resources, and timelines to set healthy personal boundaries. Being assertive is a quality held by all top leaders. It promotes productivity, performance, commitment, and respect within the team. It creates a culture of collaboration and accountability, … Continue reading

Selling in the Relationship Economy
Author / business

Selling in the Relationship Economy

They say history repeats itself: 60‘s funk rifts in Daft Punk’s newest album, 70’s fashion of bright, fun patterns, “vintage” filters for photographs, and the return to locally sourced produce. The business world is experiencing this as well. Social media and smart phones have allowed consumers to share their experiences faster than ever. Buying decisions … Continue reading

Women in Business: The Path to Success is in YOU
business / Contributor

Women in Business: The Path to Success is in YOU

Taken from WitzEducation.com, written by Olga Bodnar, edited by Jared Kligerman I’ve often wondered why there exists such a huge disproportion in the ratio of men and women leaders in today’s business environment when the latest statistics on the world’s gender ratio indicates that it is almost even. Surely, in the twenty first century with … Continue reading

Dealing With the Generational Divide
business / Contributor / generations / leadership

Dealing With the Generational Divide

 From WitzEducation.com & written by Greg Witz, researched by Jared Kligerman Take a look at any newspaper, blog or article about the workforce today and you will see evidence of ‘the generational divide.” . This has become the biggest challenge facing man- agers and business owners. Growing up in very different times have led each generation … Continue reading